Keyspan releases beta Serial to USB drivers for Mac OS X
Richmond, Calif- March 22, 2001- Keyspan, America’s top selling brand of
USB connectivity products, announced the release of its beta USB drivers
for Mac OS X. The drivers are available now for download from Keyspan’s
website at: http://www.keyspan.com/support/macosx/.
Keyspan’s drivers enable its USB Twin Serial Adapter (USA-28X), USB PDA
Adapter (USA-19), and USB High Speed Serial Adapter (USA-19W) to be used
with Mac OS X. The drivers are an update of the Developer Seed that
Keyspan released in September of 2000 and are feature complete—
including support for PPP under Mac OS X using serial modems—and
include an installer.
The ability to use Keyspan’s adapters with popular serial peripherals
(i.e. printers, Palm Pilots) under Mac OS X will often depend upon the
availability of Mac OS X drivers for the peripheral device. Users should
check with the peripheral manufacturer for information on this topic.
As beta software, support is available via email only.
About Keyspan Keyspan products provide “Connections for Your Computer”.
The company’s first products provided serial ports for connecting to
traditional computer peripherals such as modems, printers and graphics
tablets. Over time, Keyspan has expanded its horizons, connecting the
Macintosh and PC to the other items found in the home, school or office.
Editors can reach Keyspan at 510-222-0131 or via e-mail at
firstname.lastname@example.org. The Keyspan website is located at
Bill Gram-Reefer, WORLDVIEW, 925-676-4733,